contrast panel monk shoes
Black leather and patent contrast panel monk shoes from Rupert Sanderson featuring a round toe, a side buckle fastening, a low heel and a leather sole.
Item ID: 10752395
- heel: 1.9 centimetres
- Outer Composition:
- Leather 100%
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Your order will be shipped directly from the boutique to you. Farfetch ships worldwide, and you will be able to track your order at any time. The cost of shipping your order will be calculated at the checkout.
Import duties information
Delivery duties are included in the item price when shipping to all EU countries plus USA, Canada, China, Australia, Puerto Rico, Switzerland, Singapore, Republic Of Korea, Kuwait, Qatar, India, Norway, Saudi Arabia, Taiwan, Thailand, U.A.E., Japan.This means all import duties are included in your order, so the price you see is the price you pay. You will not receive an additional duty bill from the courier to receive your shipment. If you are ordering from within your own customs zone or country, import duties will not be applicable anyway, however you may have to pay VAT or local Sales Taxes where applicable (for the UK and USA these are included at the checkout).
Delivery duties are not included in the item price when shipping to all other countries. This means you may be liable to pay import duties on receipt of your order.
Free returns pick-up
You have 14 days from receiving your order to return the item to the boutique using our free returns pick-up service. We strongly recommend that you book your free returns pick-up within 7 days of receiving your order to ensure that it arrives back to the boutique in time. Please note for standard orders we can only collect returns from the same country to which your order was delivered. For click and collect orders we can collect your return from the country your order was delivered to and also the country of the original boutique you ordered from. Click here to read our full returns policy.
Rupert left a career in advertising to learn how to make shoes at Cordwainers, and during the summer break he rode a motorbike to Italy to visit as many shoe factories, tanneries and last makers as he could. He was soon working in Italy, firstly for Sergio Rossi and then Bruno Magli. His design philosophy is 'less is more'. Avoiding augmentation and over dressing the foot he concentrates on perfecting line, volume and material to flatter and lengthen the leg, and make women feel sexier.
Rome , Italy
A hard-hitting strategy of being the first to bring luxe labels such as Prada and Dolce & Gabbana to Rome’s fashion-hungry residents has paid off for Gente Roma. The group has built up a network of boutiques renowned for their elegance and exclusivity.